This game is being played under Dark Suicide rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. e3 e6
Clock started on 11/15/20162. Ba6 bxa6 3. Qg4 Bb7 4. Qxg7 Bxg2 5. Qxf7 Bxh1 6. Qxd7 Qxd7 7. Nc3 Qxd2 8. Bxd2 Be4 9. Nxe4 Ba3 10. bxa3 Nc6 11. Rb1 Nb4 12. Rxb4 c5 13. Nxc5 a5 14. Nxe6 axb4 15. Bxb4 a5 16. Bxa5 Rxa5 17. Nf3 Rxa3 18. Nd8 Rxe3 19. fxe3 Kxd8 20. Nd4 Nf6 21. Ne6 h6 22. Nxd8 Rxd8 23. h4 Ne4 24. c4 Nc3 25. a4 Nxa4 26. e4 Nb2 27. Ke2 Nxc4 28. Kf3 h5 29. Kg4 hxg4 30. h5 Ne3 31. e5 g3 32. h6 Ng4 33. e6 Nxh6 34. e7 Nf7 35. exd8=K Nxd8
This is one of the most bold of the Suicide Variants. The first thing you'll notice when you start a game is that you can only see half the board. This is because you can only see sqares in your "searchlight" (ie squares that your pieces can move to or attack.) The aim is the same as Suicide and Suicide960 (ie to be the first player to lose all of your pieces) and the rules are also the same (the play is like standard chess except that the king is not royal, if you have a legal capture you must make one, and pawns can promote to kings).
In the event of a stalemate (ie the player to move has no legal moves), the player with the fewest pieces left wins; if both players have the same number of pieces, then the game is a draw.
In this game, between guiri1967 and Games Freak we can see that guiri1967 took real advantage of the loose rook, and essentially, won the game with it. This shows the importance of removing the back row pieces as quickly as possible. That problem is also shown here, with the Rook becoming a loose cannon.